BAE Gets $92M Army Explosive Supply Contract Modification

BAE Gets $92M Army Explosive Supply Contract Modification

BAE Systems has been awarded a $91.9M contract modification to continue manufacturing explosive materials for the U.S. Army at a government-owned, contractor-operated ammunition factory in Tennessee.

Army Contracting Command estimates work under the modification will be finished by Dec. 31, 2023, the Department of Defense said Friday.

The company initially received a $202.4M fixed-price-incentive contract last year to support production work at the Holston Army Ammunition Plant.

According to BAE, the factory supplies royal demolition and high melting explosives to the DoD.

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